1. Förderphase


SFB 1266. 1 Förderphase, Projekt A1 Theories of Transformation in Prehistoric and Archaic Societies; PI: Annette Haug

Fresco im Domus Aurea in Rom The key task of theory project A1 lies in a theoretical conceptualization of the complex archaeological and palaeo-environmental factors influencing transformation processes of prehistoric and archaic societies. Environmental, cultural and social theories will be used to develop middle range theories together with the other projects and disciplines of the CRC

 

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SFB 1266, 1. Förderphase, Projekt E1 Transformations in Early Greek Societies and Landscapes;
PI: Annette Haug

Fresco im Domus Aurea in Rom The project deals with the transition from Bronze to Early Iron Age (12th to 8th century BC) in the regions around the Gulf of Corinth and the Gulf of Patras. Archaeologically, this period is commonly known as the “Greek Dark Ages” which is due to the loss of literacy and the generally less copious material evidence in comparison to the times before and after. Apart from that, it is a phase of major social transformations.

 

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SFB 1266, 1. Förderphase, Projekt E3 Human, landscape, architecture. Hellenistic building complexes in the context of human action and perception; PI: Annette Haug

department The project investigates the transformation of the interrelation between built architecture and landscape during the Hellenistic period (ca. 4th to 1st century BC) in the Mediterranean. This period can be regarded as a key moment in the history of human design of landscape features since it saw a massive change in the relationship between architecture and landscape as already stressed by Hans Lauter in the 1980s. Therefore, project E3 focuses on architectural interventions and their consequences for the shaping of the landscape and, vice versa, the influence of landscape on the specific forms of architecture.

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SFB 1266, 1. Förderphase, Projekt E3 – The Hellenistic sanctuary as a perception and action context: Mutual influence between humans, architecture and landscape PI: Annette Haug

Altarbasis Pergamon This project focuses on a specific functional type of architecture – the Hellenistic sanctuary – which has already been identified as a suitable case study in previous research. Taking this as a starting point, a long-term description of the transformations in the architecture-landscape interaction is intended.

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SFB 1266, 1. Förderphase, Projekt E3 – Roman Republican Villas in Italy. Rural complexes in the light of human-architecture-landscape relations; PI: Annette Haug

Fresco im Domus Aurea in Rom The project investigates the relations between human actions, architecture and surrounding landscape in the context of Roman Villas on the Italian peninsula of the 2nd and 1st century BC. The systematic spreading of the “villa system” during the last two centuries before Christ marks a decisive transformation in the way in which humans perceived, structured and used the landscape of Italy. The result of this transformation was a completely new system of rural settlements and economics, as well as a specific way of life that should remain dominant until the end of antiquity.

 

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